We want to congratulate Vitale Maquinas Team and its rider, Miguel Cortijo, for his victory in Spanish Championship classic speed race, B category, celebrated today in Cheste circuit at Valencia. This team has big experience in classic speed racing, installing the best technical components in his racing motorbikes.
We are pleased to announce launching of HFS system for Moto Guzzi V7. System is available for all models from 2009, with Marzocchi front fork, 40 mm stanchion diameter and 120 mm fork travel.
With HFS you will improve remarkably original V7's front suspension, as you will be able to adjust suspension's response depending on rider's weight and riding preferences. Complete fork travel will be practically available after adjusting to right pressure with an air pump on air cartridge.
Now you can have a remarkable improvement of your front fork suspension at a special price until September 2015. Trail and on-road ranges enjoy a 20% discount.
HFS is a front fork suspension system progressive and adjustable according to rider's weight and kind of suspension response rider wants to have.
HFS filters very effectively track imperfections and, in a progressive way, it is getting harder avoiding undesirable bottoming.
We want to congratulate Victor, from Vitale Máquinas, for full victories in all rounds in Spanish Classic Motocross Championship 2014 riding Ossa Phantom in pre-76 +50 category. Four out of four round victories corresponding to two first races, at San Sebastián and El Molar.
We have developed a new design for Trail and On-road's upper cap. It has been changed the oriented valve by a straight core, using an specific valve's cap. With this design it is possible to disassemble the stanchion without taking out HFS air element.
It is now available for Yamaha XT 660 R and XT 660 Z Tènèrè, and for the rest of models in the near future.
It is already available a first HFS system for a rear mono-shock post-classic trial motorbike: Beta TR34, the one with which Jordi Tarrés won many world championships.
First version of this application was tried out in 2013 International Trial Race at Robregordo, Spain, with participation of Jordi Tarrés as guest of honor, riding a Beta TR34 with HFS. Result was satisfactory and the same set up has been defined as standard product for this motorbike. At the moment some units have been sold in France and Germany.
The Dutch Pre 65 Grand Prix, this year being hosted by the Netherlands club for the 23rd time at the Lochem circuit, has become an annual pilgrimage for the British Classic competitors, with this year over 20 riders making the trip across to the continent
In the 4-stroke Pre 70 500cc class British rider Keith Rice for the 1st time aboard a BSA took 2 excellent class wins ahead of Danish rider Flemming Vad. Manton was out again on his machine taking 2 3rd positions.
We have launched HFS system for Triumph Bonneville. With this, Triumph models already available are Thruxton, Scrambler and Bonneville.
With HFS system it is obtained a progressive response in front suspension, filtering better road irregularities as well as having less dive in braking. Cornering is also better balanced in comparison with stock fork.
By changing pressure in gas elements it is possible to adjust front sag in static condition, being able to have the same position independently of rider's weight.
It is already launched new suspension system HFS TRIAL. It is a specific design for this specialty, improving the characteristics of current system.
New system has two different solutions for each fork bar. In one of them it is installed know HFS system composed by a spring and a gas element (compressed air), and in other bar it is installed a system composed by two springs, an intermediate spacer and an upper cap with preload adjustment.
Launching of new products:
- Classic Motocross with Ceriani and Marzocchi front forks. Husqvarna WR 250 y WR 500 Motocross and Enduro.
- Classic speed racing: Morini, Ducati, Aermacchi with Ceriani and Marzocchi front forks.
- On-road: Harley Davidson Sportster 1200.
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